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Around to years ago they began a millennia-long expansion into much of the continent. This event has been called the Bantu Expansion , it was one of the largest human migrations in history.
The Bantu are believed to have been the first to have brought iron working technology into large parts of Africa.
The Bantu Expansion happened primarily through two routes, one was western via the Congo Basin and the other eastern via the African Great Lakes.
The first Bantu people to arrive in Zambia came through the eastern route via the African Great Lakes. They arrived around the 1st millennium AD among them were the Tonga people also called Ba-Tonga, "Ba-" meaning "men" and the Ba-Ila and other related groups who settled around Southern Zambia near Zimbabwe.
According to Ba-Tonga oral records they are believed to have come from the east near the "big sea". They were later joined by the Ba-Tumbuka who settled around Eastern Zambia and Malawi.
These first Bantu people lived in large villages. They never had an organised unit under a chief or headman and worked as a community and help each other in times of field preparation for their crops.
Villages moved around frequently as the soil became exhausted due to using the slash-and-burn technique of planting crops.
They also keep large herds of cattle which formed an important part of their societies. The first Bantu communities in Zambia were extremely self-sufficient.
Many groups of people who encountered them were very impressed by this self-sufficiency, the early European missionaries that settled in Southern Zambia also noted the extreme independence of these Bantu societies, one of these missionaries noted:.
The [Tonga] man goes to the hills and digs until he finds the iron ore. He smelts it and with the iron thus obtained makes axes, hoes, and other useful implements.
He burns wood and makes charcoal for his forge. His bellows are made from the skins of animals and the pipes are clay tile, and the anvil and hammers are also pieces of the iron he has obtained.
He moulds, welds, shapes, and performs all the work of the ordinary blacksmith. Ingombe Ilede was one of the most important trading posts for rulers of Great Zimbabwe, others being the Swahili port cities like of Sofala.
The goods traded at Ingombe Ilede included fabrics, beads, gold, and bangles, some of these items came from what is today southern Democratic Republic of Congo and Kilwa Kisiwani while others as far away as India , China and the Arab World.
The second mass settlement of Bantu people into Zambia was of people groups that are believed to have taken the western route of the Bantu migration through the Congo Basin.
These Bantu people spent the majority of their existence in what is today the Democratic Republic of Congo and are ancestors of the majority of modern Zambians.
While there is some evidence that the Bemba people or AbaBemba have a strong ancient connection to the Kongo Kingdom through BaKongo ruler Mwene Kongo VIII Mvemba this evidence is not well documented.
The Bemba, along with other related groups like the Lamba , Bisa , Senga , Kaonde , Swaka , Nkoya and Soli , formed integral parts of the Luba Kingdom in Upemba part of the Democratic Republic of Congo and have a strong relation to the BaLuba people.
The area which the Luba Kingdom occupied has been inhabited by early farmers and iron-workers since the 's AD. Over time these communities learned to use nets , harpoons , make dugout canoes , clear canals through swamps and make dams as high as 2.
As a result, they grew a diverse economy trading fish, copper and iron items, and salt for goods from other parts of Africa like the Swahili Coast and, later on, the Portuguese.
From these communities arose the Luba Kingdom in the 14th century. The Luba Kingdom was a large kingdom with a centralised government and smaller independent chiefdoms.
It had large trading networks that linked the forests in the Congo Basin and the mineral-rich plateaus of what is today Copperbelt Province and stretched from the Atlantic Coast to the Indian Ocean Coast.
The arts were also held in high esteem in the kingdom and artisans where held in high regards. The Luba Kingdom literature was also well developed.
One renowned Luba genesis story that articulated the distinction between two types of Luba emperors when as followed:. Nkongolo Mwamba is the drunken and cruel despot, Ilunga Mbidi Kiluwe, the refined and gentle prince.
Nkongolo the red is a man without manners, a man who eats in public, gets drunk, and cannot control himself, whereas [Ilunga] Mbidi Kiluwe is a man of reservation, obsessed with good manners; he does not eat in public, controls his language and his behaviour, and keeps a distance from the vices and modus vivendi of ordinary people.
Nkongolo Mwamba symbolizes the embodiment of tyranny, whereas Mbidi Kiluwe remains the admired caring and compassionate kin.
In the same region of Southern Congo the Lunda people were made into a satellite of the Luba empire and adopted forms of Luba culture and governance and thus became the Lunda empire to the south.
According to Lunda genesis myths, a Luba hunter named Chibinda Ilunga son of Ilunga Mbidi Kiluwe introduced the Luba model of statecraft to the Lunda sometime around when he married a local Lunda princess named Lueji and was granted control of her kingdom.
Most rulers who claimed descent from Luba ancestors were integrated into the Luba empire. The Lunda kings, however, remained separate and actively expanded their political and economic dominance over the region.
The Lunda, like its parent state Luba, also traded with both coasts, the Atlantic and Indian Ocean. With ruler Mwaant Yaav Naweej had established trade routes to the Atlantic coast and initiated direct contact with European traders eager for slaves and forest products and controlling the regional copper trade , and settlements around Lake Mweru regulated commerce from the East African coast.
The Luba-Lunda states eventually declined as a result of both Atlantic slave trade in the west and Indian Ocean slave trade in the east and wars with breakaway factions of the kingdoms.
The Chokwe , a group that is highly related to the Luvale and formed a Lunda satellite state, initially suffered from the European demand for slaves but once the broke away from the Lunda State, the defeated the previous parent state became notorious slave traders, exporting slaves to both coasts.
The Chokwe eventually were defeated by the other ethnic groups and the Portuguese. This instability caused the collapse of the Luba-Lunda States and a dispersal of people into various parts of Zambia from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The majority of Zambians trace their ancestry to the Luba-Lunda and surrounding Central African states. In the s, before the founding of the Luba-Lunda states, a group of Bantu people started migrating from the Congo basin to Lake Mweru then finally settled around Lake Malawi.
These migrants are believed to have been one of the inhabitants around the Upemba area in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
By the s these groups of migrants collectively called the Maravi, most prominently among them was the Chewa people , started assimilating other Bantu groups like the Tumbuka.
In the Maravi Empire was founded by the Kalonga paramount chief of the Maravi from the Phiri clan one of the main clans with the others being Banda, Mwale and Nkhoma.
The Maravi Empire stretched from the Indian Ocean through what today is Mozambique to Zambia and large parts of Malawi. The political organization of the Maravi resembled the Luba and is believed to have originated from there, the primary export of the Maravi was Ivory which was transported to Swahili brokers.
Iron was also manufactured and exported. In the s the Portuguese endeavoured to take monopoly over Maravi export trade. This attempt was met with outrage by the Maravi of Lundu who released their WaZimba armed force.
The WaZimba sacked the Portuguese trade towns of Tete, Sena and various other towns. The Maravi are also believed to have brought the traditions that would become Nyau secret society from the Upemba.
The Nyau form the cosmology or indigenous religion of the people of Maravi. The Nyau society consists of ritual dance performances and masks used for the dances, this belief system spread around the region.
The Maravi came into decline due to succession disputes within the confederacy, attack by the Ngoni and slave raids from the Yao.
As Great Zimbabwe was in decline, one of its prince's, Nyatsimba Mutota , broke away from the state forming a new empire called Mutapa.
The title of Mwene Mutapa , meaning "Ravager of the Lands", was bestowed on him and subsequent rulers. The Mutapa Empire ruled territory between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers, in what is now Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique , from the 14th to the 17th century.
By its, peak Mutapa had conquered the Dande area of the Tonga and Tavara. The Mutapa Empire predominately engaged in the Indian Ocean transcontinental trade with and via the WaSwahili.
The primary exported gold and ivory for silk and ceramics from Asia. Like their contemporaries in Maravi , Mutapa had problems with the arriving Portuguese traders.
The peak of this uneasy relationship was reached when the Portuguese attempted to influence the kingdoms internal affairs by establishing markets in the kingdom and converting the population to Christianity.
This action caused outrage by the Muslim WaSwahili living in the capital, this chaos gave the Portuguese the excuse they were searching for to warrant an attack on the kingdom and try to control its gold mines and ivory routes.
This attack failed when the Portuguese succumb to disease along the Zambezi river. In the s internal disputes and civil war began the decline of Mutapa.
The weakened kingdom was finally conquered by the Portuguese and was eventually taken over by rival Shona states.
It is hypothesised by Julian Cobbing that the presence of early Europeans slave trading and attempts to control resources in various parts of Bantu Speaking Africa caused the gradual militarization of the people in the region.
This can be observed with the Maravi's WaZimba warrior cast who once defeating the Portuguese remained quite militaristic afterwards.
The Portuguese presence in the region was also a major reason for the founding of the Rozvi Empire , a breakaway state of Mutapa.
The ruler of the Rozvi, Changamire Dombo , became one of the most powerful leaders in South-Central Africa's history.
Under his leadership, the Rozvi defeated the Portuguese and expelled them from their trading posts along the Zambezi river.
But perhaps the most notable instance of this increased militarization was the rise of the Zulu under the leadership of Shaka. Pressures from the English colonialists in the Cape and increased militarization of the Zulu resulted in the Mfecane the crushing.
The Zulu expanded by assimilating the women and children of tribes they defeated, if the men of these Nguni tribes escaped slaughter, they used the military tactics of the Zulu to attack other groups.
This caused mass displacements, wars and raids throughout Southern, Central and Eastern Africa as Nguni or Ngoni tribes made their way throughout the region and is referred to as the Mfecane.
The arriving Nguni under the leadership of Zwagendaba crossed the Zambezi river moving northwards. The Ngoni were the final blow to the already weakened Maravi Empire.
Many Nguni eventually settled around what is today Zambia, Malawi , Mozambique and Tanzania and assimilated into neighboring tribes .
In the western part of Zambia, another Southern African group of Sotho-Tswana heritage called the Kololo manage to conquer the local inhabitants who were migrants from the fallen Luba and Lunda states called the Luyana or Aluyi.
The Luyana established the Barotse Kingdom on the floodplains of the Zambezi upon their arrival from Katanga.
Under the Kololo, the Kololo language was imposed upon the Luyana until the Luyana revolted and overthrew the Kololo by this time the Luyana language was largely forgotten and a new hybrid language emerged, SiLozi and the Luyana began to refer to themselves as Lozi.
At the end of the 18th century, some of the Mbunda migrated to Barotseland , Mongu upon the migration of among others, the Ciyengele.
By the late 19th century, most of the various peoples of Zambia were established in their current areas. The earliest recorded European to visit the area was the Portuguese explorer Francisco de Lacerda in the late 18th century.
Lacerda led an expedition from Mozambique to the Kazembe region in Zambia with the goal of exploring and to crossing Southern Africa from coast to coast for the first time ,  and died during the expedition in The expedition was from then on led by his friend Francisco Pinto.
Other European visitors followed in the 19th century. The most prominent of these was David Livingstone , who had a vision of ending the slave trade through the "3 Cs": Christianity, Commerce, and Civilisation.
He was the first European to see the magnificent waterfalls on the Zambezi River in , naming them the Victoria Falls after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom.
He described them thus: "Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight". Locally the falls are known as "Mosi-o-Tunya" or "thundering smoke" in the Lozi or Kololo dialect.
The town of Livingstone , near the Falls, is named after him. Highly publicised accounts of his journeys motivated a wave of European visitors, missionaries and traders after his death in In , the British South Africa Company BSA Company , led by Cecil Rhodes , obtained mineral rights from the Litunga of the Lozi people, the Paramount Chief of the Lozi Ba-rotse for the area which later became Barotziland-North-Western Rhodesia.
To the east, in December a group of the Angoni or Ngoni originally from Zululand rebelled under Tsinco, son of King Mpezeni , but the rebellion was put down,  and Mpezeni accepted the Pax Britannica.
That part of the country then came to be known as North-Eastern Rhodesia. In , Rhodes asked his American scout Frederick Russell Burnham to look for minerals and ways to improve river navigation in the region, and it was during this trek that Burnham discovered major copper deposits along the Kafue River.
North-Eastern Rhodesia and Barotziland-North-Western Rhodesia were administered as separate units until when they were merged to form Northern Rhodesia , a British protectorate.
In , the BSA Company ceded control of Northern Rhodesia to the British Government after the government decided not to renew the company's charter.
In , Southern Rhodesia now Zimbabwe , a conquered territory which was also administered by the BSA Company, became a self-governing British colony.
In , after negotiations, the administration of Northern Rhodesia transferred to the British Colonial Office. In , the creation of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland grouped together Northern Rhodesia, Southern Rhodesia, and Nyasaland now Malawi as a single semi-autonomous region.
This was undertaken despite opposition from a sizeable minority of the population, who demonstrated against it in — Initially, Harry Nkumbula 's African National Congress ANC led the campaign, which Kenneth Kaunda 's United National Independence Party UNIP subsequently took up.
A two-stage election held in October and December resulted in an African majority in the legislative council and an uneasy coalition between the two African nationalist parties.
The council passed resolutions calling for Northern Rhodesia's secession from the federation and demanding full internal self-government under a new constitution and a new National Assembly based on a broader, more democratic franchise.
The federation was dissolved on 31 December , and in January , Kaunda won the only election for Prime Minister of Northern Rhodesia.
The Colonial Governor , Sir Evelyn Hone , was very close to Kaunda and urged him to stand for the post. Northern Rhodesia became the Republic of Zambia on 24 October , with Kenneth Kaunda as the first president.
At independence, despite its considerable mineral wealth, Zambia faced major challenges. Domestically, there were few trained and educated Zambians capable of running the government, and the economy was largely dependent on foreign expertise.
This expertise was provided in part by John Willson CMG  There were over 70, Europeans resident in Zambia in , and they remained of disproportionate economic significance.
Kaunda's endorsement of Patriotic Front guerrillas conducting raids into neighbouring Southern Rhodesia resulted in political tension and a militarisation of the border, leading to its closure in On 3 September , civilian airliner, Air Rhodesia Flight , was shot down near Kariba by the Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army ZIPRA.
Rhodesia responded with Operation Gatling, an attack on Nkomo's guerilla bases in Zambia, in particular, his military headquarters just outside Lusaka; this raid became known as the Green Leader Raid.
On the same day, two more bases in Zambia were attacked using air power and elite paratroops and helicopter-borne troops.
Until the completion of the railway, Zambia's major artery for imports and the critical export of copper was along the TanZam Road, running from Zambia to the port cities in Tanzania.
The Tazama oil pipeline was also built from Dar es Salaam to Ndola in Zambia. By the late s, Mozambique and Angola had attained independence from Portugal.
Rhodesia's predominantly white government, which issued a Unilateral Declaration of Independence in , accepted majority rule under the Lancaster House Agreement in Civil strife in both Portuguese colonies and a mounting Namibian War of Independence resulted in an influx of refugees  and compounded transportation issues.
The Benguela railway , which extended west through Angola, was essentially closed to Zambian traffic by the late s. Zambia's support for anti-apartheid movements such as the African National Congress ANC also created security problems as the South African Defence Force struck at dissident targets during external raids.
In the mids, the price of copper, Zambia's principal export, suffered a severe decline worldwide. In Zambia's situation, the cost of transporting the copper great distances to the market was an additional strain.
Zambia turned to foreign and international lenders for relief, but, as copper prices remained depressed, it became increasingly difficult to service its growing debt.
By the mids, despite limited debt relief, Zambia's per capita foreign debt remained among the highest in the world. In June riots against Kaunda accelerated.
Many protesters were killed by the regime in breakthrough June protests. Following multiparty elections, Kaunda was removed from office see below.
In the s, the economy stabilised, attaining single-digit inflation in —, real GDP growth, decreasing interest rates, and increasing levels of trade.
Much of its growth is due to foreign investment in mining and to higher world copper prices. All this led to Zambia being courted enthusiastically by aid donors and saw a surge in investor confidence in the country.
Politics in Zambia take place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Zambia is both head of state and head of government in a pluriform multi-party system.
The government exercises executive power, while legislative power is vested in both the government and parliament. Zambia became a republic immediately upon attaining independence in October From to , Zambia's president had been Michael Sata, until Sata died on 28 October After Sata's death, Vice President Guy Scott , a Zambian of Scottish descent, became acting President of Zambia.
On 24 January , it was announced that Edgar Chagwa Lungu had won the election to become the 6th President in a tightly contested race. He won After independence in , the foreign relations of Zambia were mostly focused on supporting liberation movements in other countries in Southern Africa , such as the African National Congress and SWAPO.
During the Cold War , Zambia was a member of the Non-Aligned Movement. The Zambian Defence Force ZDF consists of the Zambia Army ZA , the Zambia Air Force ZAF , and the Zambian National Service ZNS.
The ZDF is designed primarily against external threats. In , Zambia signed the UN treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
Zambia is divided into ten provinces , which are further divided into districts , constituencies and 1, wards. The government is sensitive to the opposition and other criticism and has been quick to prosecute critics using the legal pretext that they had incited public disorder.
Libel laws are used to suppress free speech and the press. Same-sex sexual activity is illegal for both males and females in Zambia.
In December , it was reported that United States Ambassador to Zambia Daniel Lewis Foote was "horrified" by Zambia's jailing of same-sex couple Japhet Chataba and Steven Samba.
After an appeal failed and the couple was sentenced to 15 years in prison, Foote asked the Zambian government to review both the case and the country's anti-homosexuality laws.
Foote faced a backlash and canceled public appearances after he was threatened on social media, and was subsequently recalled after President Lungu declared him persona non grata.
Zambia is a landlocked country in southern Africa, with a tropical climate , and consists mostly of high plateaus with some hills and mountains, dissected by river valleys.
A very small area in the northeast forms part of the internal drainage basin of Lake Rukwa in Tanzania. In the Zambezi basin, there are a number of major rivers flowing wholly or partially through Zambia: the Kabompo , Lungwebungu , Kafue , Luangwa , and the Zambezi itself, which flows through the country in the west and then forms its southern border with Namibia , Botswana and Zimbabwe.
Its source is in Zambia but it diverts into Angola, and a number of its tributaries rise in Angola's central highlands. The edge of the Cuando River floodplain not its main channel forms Zambia's southwestern border, and via the Chobe River that river contributes very little water to the Zambezi because most are lost by evaporation.
Two of the Zambezi's longest and largest tributaries, the Kafue and the Luangwa, flow mainly in Zambia. Their confluences with the Zambezi are on the border with Zimbabwe at Chirundu and Luangwa town respectively.
Before its confluence, the Luangwa River forms part of Zambia's border with Mozambique. From Luangwa town, the Zambezi leaves Zambia and flows into Mozambique, and eventually into the Mozambique Channel.
The Zambezi valley, running along the southern border, is both deep and wide. From Lake Kariba going east, it is formed by grabens and like the Luangwa, Mweru-Luapula, Mweru-wa-Ntipa and Lake Tanganyika valleys, is a rift valley.
The north of Zambia is very flat with broad plains. In the west the most notable being the Barotse Floodplain on the Zambezi, which floods from December to June, lagging behind the annual rainy season typically November to April.
The flood dominates the natural environment and the lives, society, and culture of the inhabitants and those of other smaller, floodplains throughout the country.
These plateau areas of northern Zambia have been categorised by the World Wildlife Fund as a large section of the Central Zambezian miombo woodlands ecoregion.
Eastern Zambia shows great diversity. The Luangwa Valley splits the plateau in a curve north-east to south-west, extended west into the heart of the plateau by the deep valley of the Lunsemfwa River.
The border of the Congo Pedicle was drawn around this mountain. The southernmost headstream of the Congo River rises in Zambia and flows west through its northern area firstly as the Chambeshi and then, after the Bangweulu Swamps as the Luapula , which forms part of the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The Luapula flows south then west before it turns north until it enters Lake Mweru. The lake's other major tributary is the Kalungwishi River , which flows into it from the east.
The Luvua River drains Lake Mweru, flowing out of the northern end to the Lualaba River Upper Congo River. Lake Tanganyika is the other major hydrographic feature that belongs to the Congo basin.
Its south-eastern end receives water from the Kalambo River , which forms part of Zambia's border with Tanzania.
This river has Africa's second highest uninterrupted waterfall, the Kalambo Falls. Zambia is located on the plateau of Central Africa , between and m above sea level.
The climate of Zambia is tropical, modified by elevation. In the Köppen climate classification , most of the country is classified as humid subtropical or tropical wet and dry , with small stretches of semi-arid steppe climate in the south-west and along the Zambezi valley.
The modifying influence of altitude gives the country pleasant subtropical weather rather than tropical conditions during the cool season of May to August.
There are numerous ecosystems in Zambia, such as forest, thicket, woodland and grassland vegetation types. There are an estimated 3, species of wild flowering plants, consisting of sedges, herbaceous plants and woody plants .
The Northern and North-Western provinces of the country especially have the highest diversity of flowering plants.
A total of mammal species are found in the country, with most occupying the woodland and grassland ecosystems. The Rhodesian giraffe and Kafue lechwe are some of the well-known subspecies that are endemic to Zambia.
An estimated bird species have been seen in the country, of which are either resident or Afrotropic migrants; breed in the country; and are non-breeding migrants.
The Zambian barbet is a species endemic to Zambia. Roughly known fish species, belonging to 24 fish families , have been reported in Zambia, with Lake Tanganyika having the highest number of endemic species.
The country had a Forest Landscape Integrity Index mean score of 7. As of the Zambian census , Zambia's population was 13,, Zambia is ethnically diverse, with 73 distinct tribes.
During its occupation by the British between and , the country attracted immigrants from Europe and the Indian subcontinent, the latter of whom came as indentured workers.
While most Europeans left after the collapse of white minority rule, many Asians remained. In the first census—conducted on 7 May —there were a total of 1, Europeans; 39 Asiatics and an estimated , Africans.
Black Africans were not counted in the six censuses conducted in , , , , , and , prior to independence.
By there were 65, Europeans; 5, Asiatics; 5, Coloureds and an estimated 2,, Africans. In the population census, The fertility rate was 6.
The onset of industrial copper mining on the Copperbelt in the late s triggered rapid urbanisation. Although urbanisation was overestimated during the colonial period, it was substantial.
Economic decline on the Copperbelt from the s to the s has altered patterns of urban development but the country's population remains concentrated around the railway and roads running south from the Copperbelt through Kapiri Mposhi, Lusaka, Choma and Livingstone.
The population comprises approximately 73 ethnic groups,  most of which are Bantu -speaking. Many groups are small and not well known.
However, all the ethnic groups can be found in significant numbers in Lusaka and the Copperbelt. In addition to the linguistic dimension, tribal identities are relevant in Zambia.
The tribal identities are nested within the main language groups. Mandarine — Sonnenschein für Graue Zeiten Unser frischer Herbstdrink von September bis Dezember.
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